Ten York Condos Platinum

Destined to be one of downtown Toronto's most iconic residential towers, TEN YORK is an exciting tour de force by award-winning architect Rudy Wallman. The building's prominent location at York and Harbour will offer spectacular views and place residents in the very heart of the city's major sports, entertainment and cultural attractions.


The Residences of Ten York is 69 storey tower located int he south financila core, the tallest waterfront building. Price are from the low $600 per sf., cheaper than the resales condos like maple leaf square, this will be a great investment for long closing in summer 2017.


SPECIAL INCENTIVES:
-$3000 OFF 1 BED AND 1+DEN
-$5000 OFF 2 BED AND LARGER
-FREE ASSIGNMENT
-EXTENDED DEPOSIT


FLOORPLAN CLICK HERE: http://www.kenyeung.ca/Util/GetDocument.ashx?docId=1295293

Classic Collection (From 8th to 28th floor)

• 1 Bedroom at 564 square feet starting at $345,000**
• 1 Bedroom Plus Den at 630 square feet for $378,000**
• 2 Bedroom at 831 square feet for $517,000**


Ten York Collection (From 29th to 62nd floor)

• 1 Bedroom at 564 square feet starting at $368,500**
• 1 Bedroom Plus Den at 630 square feet for $403,000**
• 2 Bedroom at 831 square feet for $547,000**
• 3 Bedroom at 1,305 square feet for $900,000**


Deposit:


5% on signing
5% in 120 days
5% in 270 days
5% in 480 days



Features and Finishes:
Classic Collection - Floors 8-28
Ten York Collection - Floors 29-62
Signature Collection - Floors 63-PH

Parking and Locker:
6 levels of underground parking
Parking - $55000 (two bedroom and above) One included for signature series
Locker starting at $4500 each

Maintenance Cost:
approx. $0.44 per sf.
Parking $36
Locker $16

Ten York new Technologies:
-7 express speed elevators - 1000 feet per minute
-samsung technology in the building
-fibre optic technology which allows for fastest residential speeds and date service
Ten York is an energy efficient and environmentally friendly Tridel condominium. The building is LEED GOLD candidate.
TEN YORK CONDOMINIUM : LIFE BETWEEN THE LAKE AND THE STARS.
Chic, timeless, sophisticated. TEN YORK is a glass vision in the sky designed by award-winning architect Rudy Wallman of Wallman Architects, creators of some of the most striking urban designs in the city. Signature designer suites by the ultra stylish design firm II BY IV Design Associates captivate with their imagination, elegance and timeless designs. The finest of features and finishes in the spacious suites will appeal to even the most discerning owners. An abundance of luxurious amenities make TEN YORK a charmed world unto itself. Prominently at the entrance to the city overlooking Lake Ontario. Key attractions are mere steps away - the Air Canada Centre, Maple Leaf Square, Rogers Centre and Harbourfront, with direct highway access to all parts of the city.

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This amazing glass building is Designed to increase street animation and create more usable and safe pedestrian spaces, the architects and designers involved have sought to create an enhanced public realm on the site that will link the downtown core to the waterfront.

Every so often a building captivates the imagination of a nation. A truly iconic building that becomes a defining pinnacle of greatness. TEN YORK is just such a building … a 224 metre (735 feet) glass vision in the sky. Rising above it all. Steps from the waterfront. At the intersection of everything the city has to offer.
The location of TEN YORK is enough to inspire wonder and awe all on its own. An architectural marvel, this statuesque beauty soars dramatically up from a triangular-shaped wedge alongside Toronto's major city artery. This is only part of what makes TEN YORK one of the most prominent locations in downtown Toronto overlooking Lake Ontario. It is also conveniently close to the subway, GO Train and Union Station. TEN YORK residents have the city at their feet and the world at their doorstep.

Ken Yeung

Ken Yeung

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